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  • In 1925, South African Johanna Brandt cured herself of cancer with an exclusive grape diet and wrote a book about it called The Grape Cure.

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity

  • You remember, Sor Tommaso, the -- speaking with respect to your face -- the pig we called the Grape-eater last year?

    Casa Braccio, Volumes 1 and 2 (of 2)

  • He came upon a then-fledgling chain called the Grape.

    Dreams Come True. Or Not.

  • Its main source is a 1928 book called The Grape Cure that has sold more than one million copies and is still in print today.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Other retailers cultivating a new crop of wine lovers include Grape Enterprise Group LLC, an Atlanta-based company with 15 stores in the Southeast called The Grape, and Costco Wholesale Corp., a discount club that posted $1 billion in wine sales in 2007.

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  • One cereal preparation called Grape Nuts, has had its starch converted into maltose and dextrin (maltose being a sugar), by a scientific application of the diastase of the grain.

    The Chemistry of Food and Nutrition

  • He was more than ever anxious to see his mother and sister, and, despatching a messenger to them that night to notify them of his arrival, was informed that they would meet him at sunrise on the following morning, in a place near Esther Bell's, known as the Grape-vine Thicket.

    Alamance; Or, the Great and Final Experiment viii, 9-151, [1] p.

  • In France there is a variety called the Grape or cluster-walnut, in which the nuts grow in "bunches of ten, fifteen, or even twenty together."

    The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I.

  • Nice ice, baby: With a name like Grape Icy, this vibrant, neon purple looks just as good as it smells.

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  • From which we may conclude, that if the Wine was but tolerably good, when made of the wild Grape, which is shaded by the Woods, from the Sun, it would be much better, if produc'd of the same Grape cultivated in a regular Vineyard.

    The History and Present State of Virginia, in Four Parts

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